If you have been wrongfully convicted or sentenced, you may want to pursue an appeal to the trial court or the Court of Appeals. That process starts within twenty days of sentencing. The judge or your attorney may have made legal errors in your case that could be overturned later. Appeals require that transcripts be ordered and post conviction motions and briefs be filed.
Len Kachinsky has represented clients in over 400 appeals. He knows when there is a basis for an appeal. He will also be candid with you regarding the likelihood of success.